‘God’s plans were best. He had always believed that. They were often unexpected and unanticipated.’
I have been looking forward to Wren Santino’s story in Shirlee McCoy’s ‘FBI: Special Crimes Unit’ series. From Wren’s first appearance as the boss of the FBI agents in this series, I knew she had a story to tell and I was right! Wren heads back to where she grew up in Maine in this book to check on her former foster mother who has fallen and broken a hip. Almost instantly she is embroiled in a deadly development and is arrested for killing her former foster brother. Well, things just roll on swiftly after this. Oh, don’t forget Titus, the kid that grew up in the same town who Wren once thought she loved. He’s back in town, living in the house he grew up in after leaving the Boston PD and starting a career in home restoration and renovation.
Shirlee McCoy is a master at romantic, inspirational suspense. I discovered her books early last year and have bought them all in one form or another and am trying to make some headway into reading her massive back list. Now, I’m eagerly anticipating her next book!
*My thanks to Love Inspired Publishing for a preview copy of this book via Net Galley. The opinion stated here in this review is entirely my own.